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Methodology for Investigation of Flight Control System Anomalies

2005-06-29
CURRENT
AIR5875
This SAE Aerospace Information Report (AIR) outlines comprehensive aircraft flight control system fault isolation methodology that has proven to be effective. The methodology presented in this Information Report has been used in several successful fault isolation efforts on military aircraft.
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Methodology for Investigation of Flight Control System Anomalies

2018-04-24
WIP
AIR5875A
This SAE Aerospace Information Report (AIR) outlines comprehensive aircraft flight control system fault isolation methodology that has proven to be effective. The methodology presented in this Information Report has been used in several successful fault isolation efforts on military aircraft.
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Mechanical Control Design Guide

2012-11-01
CURRENT
ARP5770
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) provides guidelines for the configuration and design of mechanical control signal transmission systems and subsystems. It is focused on the recommended practices for designing cable and pulley, pushrod and bellcrank and push-pull flexible cable control systems. These systems are typically used in some combination to transmit pilot commands into primary, secondary and utility control system commands (mechanical or electrical) or aircraft surface commands. On mechanically controlled aircraft, most pilot control commands are initiated through cockpit mounted wheels, sticks, levers, pedals or cranks that are coupled by pushrods or links to cable systems. The cable systems are routed throughout the aircraft and terminated in close proximity to the commanded surface or function where cranks and pushrods are again used to control the commanded function.
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Mechanical Control Design Guide

2019-04-17
WIP
ARP5770A
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) provides guidelines for the configuration and design of mechanical control signal transmission systems and subsystems. It is focused on the recommended practices for designing cable and pulley, pushrod and bellcrank and push-pull flexible cable control systems. These systems are typically used in some combination to transmit pilot commands into primary, secondary and utility control system commands (mechanical or electrical) or aircraft surface commands. On mechanically controlled aircraft, most pilot control commands are initiated through cockpit mounted wheels, sticks, levers, pedals or cranks that are coupled by pushrods or links to cable systems. The cable systems are routed throughout the aircraft and terminated in close proximity to the commanded surface or function where cranks and pushrods are again used to control the commanded function.
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Actuation System Failure Detection Methods

2013-05-05
WIP
AIR5273A
This AIR provides descriptions of aircraft flight control actuation system failure-detection methods. The fault-detection methods are those used for ground and in-flight detection of failures in electrohydraulic actuation systems for primary flight controls.
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